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Security - Windows Phone Area

Managed Service Providers Failing with Weak Password Requests

November 13, 2019 |

A managed service provider is the best of both worlds for many small-to-medium businesses. You’re still getting use of amazing software and programming that would normally cost your company a small fortune, but can be scaled up or down to … Read More

Modern PC processors have a major design flaw, Microsoft rolls out an emergency fix

January 4, 2018 |

Kernel Memory Leak flaw affects processors from the last 10 years

Windows, Linux, MacOS, and other computer operating systems running on Intel or AMD chips could be exposed to a serious security threat as a major design flaw in the … Read More

Windows 10 is secure against the serious KRACK Wi-Fi security flaw

October 17, 2017 |

Microsoft patched the vulnerability in the October 2017 update

A serious WPA2 security flaw has been discovered, possibly putting billions of devices running Android, iOS, MacOS, Linux and Windows at risk of being attacked by hackers. Called KRACK or Key … Read More

Windows 10 Mobile for Insiders gets new enterprise features

September 13, 2017 |

Mobile build 15250 available in the Fast Ring

The new build for Windows 10 Mobile from the ‘feature2’ branch has been released for users in the Windows Insider program, bringing two-factor authentication and two other enterprise-related improvements.

As promised … Read More

What To Look For In A Windows Password Manager

August 14, 2017 |

Let’s be honest. Most of us have used the same password for years, and use it for multiple services. Until recently, I was still using a password from over ten years ago. That is, until I found out one of … Read More

How to set up Dynamic Lock on Windows 10 Creators Update

February 10, 2017 | 1


Let Windows 10 automatically lock the PC

One of the new features in Windows 10 ‘Creators Update’, working on build 15031 or newer, is the Dynamic Lock. This is a security feature you can find in Settings → … Read More

‘Windows Goodbye’ will automatically lock your device when you are away

January 11, 2017 |

Build 15002 includes a Dynamic Lock feature for extra security

An extra security feature will be included in the Creators Update for Windows 10. Internally called ‘Windows Goodbye’, but referred as ‘Dynamic Lock’ in the Windows 10 Insider Preview build … Read More

Enpass updated with full-time Windows Hello support

June 26, 2016 |

Enpass gets updated for Windows 10

The popular password management app for Windows 10 devices has been updated to version 5.1. With this update, Enpass Universal Windows apps gets ‘Full-time’ support for Windows Hello biometric authentication. The app actually … Read More

Fingerprint support coming to Mobile with the Anniversary Update

May 13, 2016 |

Windows Hello to support Fingerprint readers from this Summer

The fingerprint readers have become very popular among the flagship Android devices launched over the past two years. Meanwhile, Microsoft developed its own authentication system for Windows 10 called ‘Windows Hello’. … Read More

WinZip releases its official Universal app for Windows 10

May 5, 2016 |

WinZip Universal available for Windows 10 Phone, PC and Tablet

The popular encryption and compression tool WinZip has launched its UWP app for Windows 10.

WinZip Universal supports all Windows 10 devices – PCs, tablets and phones. The app allows … Read More

Microsoft announces ‘Windows Hello’ Biometric Authentication for Windows 10

March 17, 2015 |

Authentication using face, iris and fingerprint biometrics in Windows 10

The upcoming Windows 10 for PCs, tablets and phones will allow users to sign into their devices using a biometric authentication technology called ‘Windows Hello’. It will replace traditional passwords … Read More

Report: Windows OS is far more secure than OS X, iOS and Linux

February 23, 2015 |

What are the most vulnerable OS in 2014?

Windows, the most popular Desktop OS, has been widely considered to have many security issues, but new evidence points to a different picture.

GFI’s Blog released an interesting report about security vulnerabilities … Read More